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Farmermike83

02-15-2021 14:18:15




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I recently bought a small gravity wagon that has no tongue, everything is there to repair it and put a new tongue on it. My question is what would be the best way to load it up on a trailer? It's on a 125 bu. [/img:cd31d73847]




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charlie n

02-15-2021 16:46:38




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 Re: Wagon loading ideas in reply to Farmermike83, 02-15-2021 14:18:15  
Years back a friend bought a wagon on a sale that had to be hauled. We'll have to load it by hand I was told. Took my trailer and his 4 wheeler. Naturally it had 2 flat tires witch made it a little harder to move. I lashed a snatch block to the frame on the front of the trailer and ran a heavy line back under the wagon. Hooked the line to the 4 wheeler and pulled it on that way. I know everybody don't have all the tools, but it's a place to start. Good Luck.

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Charlie M

02-15-2021 14:36:14




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 Re: Wagon loading ideas in reply to Farmermike83, 02-15-2021 14:18:15  
You could stick a 4x4 on for a tongue to steer it. I had an old hay wagon with an oak tongue for years. With some weather proofing each year it outlasted the wagon. Wouldn't recommend it with a heavy load.



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Absent Minded Farmer

02-15-2021 14:27:00




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 Re: Wagon loading ideas in reply to Farmermike83, 02-15-2021 14:18:15  
Push it up slow with a tractor, pull it up slow with a come-a-long. The wheels you can grab & steer by hand. Should be easy enough.

Mike



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